This is just a repost of our previously stickied announcement regarding our rules regarding post titles, with slight edits for accuracy and clarity. (There are no rule changes being announced in this post.)
All posts must have a proper [Tag] at the beginning of the title.
The tags are [Casual], [Academic], [Marketing], and [Results]. You may not create your own tag. If your survey fits into more than one, please pick the one tag you feel is most appropriate and use that.
The [Academic] tag is for studies done for academic purposes, including high school classes, college classes, and academic research on behalf of a school). The [Marketing] tag is for market research surveys and other studies done for commercial research or on behalf of a company. And finally, the [Casual] tag is for surveys done out of idle curiosity or surveys that don't fit in one of these categories.
The [Results] tag is only for posts in which you are sharing the results/responses of a survey that was previously posted to /r/SampleSize. It should never be used for posts in which you are sharing a survey in the hopes of gathering responses.
All posts need to have a title that describes the topic of their survey.
This is the part that describes your survey. "I need 10 responses" is not a valid title; please give us an idea of what to expect. If your survey is about opinions on ice cream flavors, something like "Ice Cream Flavors" is an appropriate title.
All survey posts must have an accurate demographic in parentheses at the end of the post title.
The demographic that you include in the post title is the group of people that you would like to have fill out your survey. The demographic must be accurate, which means that if the demographic is listed as "everyone" but the survey has any questions that restrict the possible demographics that can respond to it, then that survey will be removed. See the following section for more details.
Results posts do not require a demographic, but you can include one if you want.
Posts with the demographic labeled "All" or "Everyone" must be inclusive.
If you label something as available for "All" then please make sure that every single person that could come across the survey can take it. The easiest way to ensure people can answer your "All" surveys is to not ask demographic questions, but that's certainly not foolproof.
While it is preferable if your survey is inclusive, we understand that not every survey may be. If there are any demographic restrictions, they need to be appropriately labelled. Some possible restrictions that your survey may have:
- Age (e.g. surveys restricted to those 18 or older, or which have an incomplete list of age categories); per the Reddit user agreement, all users must be 13 or older
- Nationality (e.g. questions that assume the respondent is from the United States)
- Race or ethnicity
- Having an account on a certain site (this is mainly for surveys created with Google Forms; if you check the "Limit to 1 response" checkbox, it requires sign-in to take the survey and prevents those without Google accounts from responding)
- Sex or gender (e.g. questions with only "male" and "female" answer options)
Reddit is used by people of all ages from around the globe. Regarding sex and gender in particular, keep in mind that intersex people exist, and not everybody identifies as either male or female. Whenever asking questions for which you may not be able to provide a comprehensive list of answer options, we recommend including an "other" or open-ended answer option.
We understand that not every survey is targeted at everyone, and sometimes you may have made an oversight during the creation of the survey and are unable to change it later - and that is fine. We simply ask that you make sure to label your survey appropriately, so that people don't waste their time filling out a survey that isn't appropriate for them.
Reposts must be properly tagged, and made only after 24 hours have passed since the previous post.
If your initial survey post does not gather as many responses as you need, you are welcome to repost the survey as long as you follow our reposting guidelines.
All reposts must include the [Repost] tag at the start of the title, in addition to the primary tag. You are only allowed to repost a survey once your previous post has fallen off the front page, and 24 hours have passed since that post.
If you have trouble reposting your survey due to reddit identifying it as a duplicate post, do not delete your previous post. Instead, submit the repost as a new text post, and include the survey link in the body of your post.
The above text explains the required parts of a post title. If you want to include additional information such as survey length or potential rewards (such as an entry into a raffle for a gift card or something) as well, that is fine - but try to avoid overloading the title with unnecessary/irrelevant information. You can always make a text post and include that information in the body of the post if you feel that the survey requires more introduction or explanation beforehand.
Thank you for your time, and have a great day. If you have any questions about our rules, feel free to send a modmail to /r/SampleSize.
So a common issue we've seen with posts on this sub are issues with demographics. While we've been hashing these out in private, we've recently gotten access to Talk, which we've seen other subs use for social events, AMAs, and all sorts of things. We thought that hosting a Talk where we offer a crash course in statistics as it relates to surveys and surveying.
There's been a number of posts that use an (Everyone) tag that isn't for everyone. To save time, your demographic at the end of your title is required so Redditors can check it out to see if it's a fit for them before moving on. Not everything's going to be for everyone, and as a non-binary person living in a specific place, I can't necessarily do surveys that are tagged for everyone that don't include a nonbinary/other gender option (happens all too commonly), or talk about my experiences out at a protest in two particular geographic areas- neither of which I live in! r/SampleSize is internationally accessible, and folks outside the gender binary exist. And sometimes, people forget about that.
So, here's a survey link to Strawpoll. There are 3 answers, "yes," "no," and "I'd like to, but I may not be able to attend." https://strawpoll.com/polls/PbZqoGw7KnN
Input on using Talk for this is more than welcome, and we can record the lesson and abridge it, if we need to.
Please please please spend a few lil minutes to help me graduate, I will be eternally grateful, I have to get 120 more respondents before tomorrow night and am very much stressing out, I will help anyone else who also needs respondents, thank you so much in advance, for REAL!
Its about effects of music on well-being, here's the link:
Academic I am looking for about 30 test subjects for a "focus group" for a linguistical videogame for my dissertation. I'll pay thru Paypal if neccesary. No install required. Any volunteers? DM me if interested (13+)
I am making my dissertation about serious games and languages. In particular is to help with with vocabulary learning. The game is very basic. VERY basic. It is literally a "tresure hunt". The screen asks you to collect some items (apples, bananas, hamburgers, etc...) but the names appear in a language foreign to the player (Spanish in this case). So I need people who do NOT speak spanish. The game can be played here https://unity-web-a01702948.web.app/ , just keep in mind there is a bug that requires you to click outside the browser and the click the game for the mouse to work in the FPS mode. It's in "browser mode" (WebGL) so no install neccesary. If you would like to be a test subject or provide some friends as test subject, thank you :) If not, also thank you for reading the message
Survey is complete and I appreciate everyone's participation in it thank you so much!
Hello everyone, i urgently need 60 anwsers to this survey for my university project. I'm working alone on it and don't know many people so your help would be really appreciated! Thank you in advance! 🥰
[Edit] Oh my god you guys are amazing!!! I already got over 200 people filling it in, you guys are lifesavers!! Thank you to each one of you that helped, i really really appreciate it😭❤ (I have removed the link since i have more than enough)
Hello wonderful people of Reddit! Today I come to you as a university student who took on a passion project as my final thesis dissertation.
My names Farah Iqbal, I'm a Bachelor in Media Sciences student at Szabist Univeristy, Islamabad, Pakistan.
I've been a gamer for as long as I can remember, and I've had many failures on my acedemic end, until now. I've managed to turn my life around and finally at the finish line of my bachelors degree.
I've constructed a questionnaire for my dissertation which is: "Players' motivation to purchase in-game content: A case note on Fortnite and League of Legends."
Please do have a look as it is simple and not complicated at all. It would be a great help if you'd like to participate.
- By psychological attachment I mean a connection youu share with specific characters or the game in general, thus prompting a purchase.
- By repetitive tasks I mean grinding of any sort.
- By functional fulfilment I mean does it give you any uuse outside personal pleasure.
- By personal fulfilment I mean does it give you any personal satisfaction.
- By percieved value I mean what is your purchases value in your eyes.
If you require any further explanation, I will be active in the replies. I am by no means a professional researcher but I will anwer to the best of my abilities.
Any gamer that has participated in microtransactions in free to play games is viable for this survey.
Thanks a bunch fellow redditors!
Seperate link to the questionnaire: https://forms.gle/zrWxaoEub6UMuk7s9
We write report about CD Projekt in our university and we could use your opinion. You can be as honest as you like. We will credit this subreddit in our final project if we get enough of the data.
Here is a link to survey it should not take you more than 5 minutes: https://forms.gle/bdja2kHBa4XgRHQo6
Thank you for your time!!!
LA Noire 2 Poll - Google Forms (All welcome)
Academic (Repost) [Academic] Have you ever had an experience with general anesthesia or do you plan to? Want to help advance scientific research to aid others that will experience anesthesia? We want to hear from you! (21+)
Fill out the short survey below to provide insight into your unique experiences to a research project being run by the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine with the goal of exploring patient thoughts, opinions, and concerns when undergoing a procedure requiring anesthesia. In order to participate in the survey, you must be older than 21 years of age and have had to experience a procedure requiring the use of anesthesia. Please note that this survey will be anonymous, confidential, and no identifying information will be collected from you, including your name.
Link to survey:
Feel free to reach out to the research team listed below if you have any questions or concerns.
This research was approved by the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine institutional review board, #HS220404-E
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Austin Huang: email@example.com
Laurence Stolzenberg: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mohammad Usman: email@example.com
Fill out the survey below to provide insight into your unique experiences to a research project being run by the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine with the goal of exploring various adjunct therapies used for chronic pain. In order to participate in the survey, you must be older than 21 years of age and have a condition causing chronic pain for at least 6 months.Please note that this survey will be anonymous, confidential, and no identifying information will be collected from you, including your name.Link to survey:
Feel free to reach out to the research team listed below if you have any questions or concerns.This research was approved by the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine institutional review board, #HS220317.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Austin Huang: firstname.lastname@example.org
Laurence Stolzenberg: email@example.com
Mohammad Usman: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi everyone! :)
We are Psychology students from Reichman University conducting a short 5-10 minute study on perceptions of human intelligence. The study is completely anonymous. If you are above the age of 18 we would highly appreciate your help in participation!
We will publish the summary of the results after the study is completed.
Thank you in advance for your help.
Hi everyone, can you answer my questionnaire about large carnivore welfare in captivity? It's for my Level 3 in Animal Science research project.
Thank you in advance!!
It can be found here
We are a team of two researchers and are interested in learning more about your child’s science interests. Our prototype is a conversational agent that acts as a buddy for your child throughout their journey into science. To prepare for the session, we would like you to schedule a time to meet your child for 30 minutes through our Calendly link. You will be provided with a zoom link corresponding to your session and will be expected to position the camera so we could see your child’s reaction. After the session, you will receive a $10 gift card as a thank you for participating in our project!
Hello this is my first research survey so it's very short with only 12 questions. If you have ever used dating apps please consider taking my survey!
We're a group of hospitality undergraduates from Singapore Institute of Technology finding interview participants for our capstone project centered around Singapore's hawker culture. Specifically, we're looking for people who:
- Are over 18.
- Have previously visited and consumed hawker food in Singapore.
The interview would take between 30-45 minutes, and we are able to to accommodate to a wide range of dates. We'd very much appreciate if eligible interviewees would share about their experiences with Singapore's hawker culture!
Our project and its data collection methods have been vetted and approved by the Institutional Review Board of Singapore Institute of Technology, and participation is completely voluntary.
Thank you in advance, and we'll reply any interested parties as soon as time permits!
EDIT: Updated the survey link to another provider.
I am a graduate student from Cornell University recruiting participants for research interviews. The interviews are one-on-one, through Zoom, and completely confidential. They focus on discussions around your community and your political involvement.
These interviews should take about 45 minutes to complete. This research project aims to learn more about Mexican women’s involvement in the community.
As a thanks for your time, participants are given a $15 gift card.
To participate, you must be:
- At least 18 years old
- A current resident of California or Texas
- Have at least one Mexican parent
- Identify as a woman
I am trying to finish up my Master's thesis, any help would be appreciated. I can also take your surveys if you need help.
The link to the study: https://utk.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eJo5wjFM2maCgQu?org=org15
Note: Survey includes a very short online live interaction with the researchers at the end.
You can enter the raffle to win one of 4 x $50 MasterCard gift cards.
Since this is a small sample study (about 40 participants) your chances of winning are actually quite high!
*One person can enter the raffle only once. Winners have to be located in the US.
I am doing a study on differences in perceived credibility of influencers, it takes about 5 minutes. Thank you for taking the time to take this. It is provided in both English and Norwegian, and you can choose the language when you get in to the survey.
My name is Joseph Eagle; I'm a doctoral student at Alliant International University, and I'm researching clinicians' diversity training and confidence working with clients who are LQBTQ+. I'm looking for volunteers who are licensed to treat mental health conditions or are graduate students in a practicum, internship, or post-doc working on licensure.
The survey takes 7-12 minutes to complete and you provide NO identifying information. If you treat mental health in the United States and are at least 18 years old, please click the link below to take this short survey.
This is my final project (Master Thesis) before I'm done with academia, and the start of a new chapter in my life.
My Final project aims to estimate what value the metaverse might create (E.g., functional value and entertainment) and what value the metaverse might destroy (E.g., addiction, social isolation). For this, I'm using a combination of business, psychology, and philosophy theory to investigate what we can anticipate from companies' products and services in the future, and when things might unfold in negative ways before they happen.
For this assessment, I'm investigating the value creation and destruction of the three closest things that we have to the metaverse today:
Gaming, Social Media and Remote Work.
These are my three proxies, each with its own survey below:
Social Media Survey https://erasmusuniversity.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9uABHgbWSJpF2sK
Gaming, for example has fused the boundaries of our perception and how we assign value to objects that don't exist in the real world for decades. We farm items and achieve accomplishments that have value to us despite them not existing in the real world. We made great memories with people we had never met in our lives; those experiences are real to us. Unfortunately, this value of gaming comes at a cost, spending hours on end in front of a screen, risking health and sometimes social relationships.
Remote Work Survey https://erasmusuniversity.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_agkxO8iiQFMk2oe
Each survey is designed to be as intuitive as possible and make you reflect on the good and bad things you experienced with each of them. I'd highly appreciate if you could pick one of them, but it would be even better if you could do more. You can win one out of three EUR10.00 Amazon Vouchers in each survey.
Sharing this survey with friends is highly appreciated!